Physical & Mental Health

As one of the Five-Point Programmatic Thrust, this committee has collaborated internally and externally with the sorority’s other Programmatic Thrust, including Educational Development, Economic Development, International Awareness and Involvement, Political Awareness and Involvement. Sub-committee projects like “Code RED DST Bootcamp” and “Trap Yoga”, among others, provided much-needed resources and opportunities for improved personal and community wellness within the chapter and in the south Broward community
The Physical and Mental Health committee partnered with the Hallandale Police Department to provide its 2nd Annual Domestic Violence Awareness event. The committee also spearheaded the South Broward Alumnae Chapter (SBAC) Inaugural 5K Run/Walk and partnered with the Lupus Foundation of America and March of Dimes of Broward County. This new community project supports and aligns with Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc.’s Project 13 national initiative. The Physical and Mental Health committee is devoted to providing educational awareness on the subjects of physical and mental health-related issues, nutrition, and physical fitness. The goal is to highlight and close the gap in health disparities that continue to impact the African-American community in the South Broward area. These efforts have earned the Physical and Mental Health committee the “Committee of the Year” award for the 2017-2018 sororal year.

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